Harry Kane scored two goals and created two more, while Gareth Bale also scored twice, as Tottenham Hotspur moved up to sixth place with a 4-1 win over Crystal Palace.
Bale opened the scoring for the second successive home match, converting a cross from Kane at the far post on 25 minutes.
Palace hit back in first-half stoppage time when Christian Benteke headed home from Luka Milivojevic’s cross.
But four minutes after the restart, a cross from Sergio Reguilon was headed back across goal by Kane and nodded in by Bale.
Kane then added his name to the scoresheet on 52 minutes, firing a stunning first-time effort from 20 yards past Vicente Guaita and into the far corner.
The Spurs striker netted his second on 76 minutes, converting from close-range after being teed up by Son Heung-min. Kane and Son have now assisted one another for 14 goals this season, breaking the Premier League record.
A third successive league win moves Spurs up to sixth on 45 points, two points off the top four, with Palace staying 13th on 34 points.